With domestic ultra-low-cost carriers bearing most of the load, the number of airline seats coming into the Las Vegas market will reach prepandemic levels by February.
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The nonprofit Super Bowl LVIII host committee on Tuesday will ask the LVCVA for the first $40 million to start planning the 2024 game.
After a respectable run at predicting the top stories of 2021, the crystal ball forecasts some of the ups and downs we can anticipate from gaming and tourism in 2022.
Six companies with interests in Southern Nevada’s tourism landscape reported third-quarter losses, showing that the city still hasn’t fully recovered from the pandemic.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Stephen Tsai says “McCarran International Airport makes ours look like the airport on ‘Wings.’”
New sports-wagering proposals from outside gambling interests and tribes could spread confusion among California voters about what the initiatives mean.
MGM Resorts International’s purchase of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the company’s planned sale of The Mirage and remarks by Penn National CEO make gaming headlines.
While Southwest Airlines resolves how its employees get COVID-19 vaccinations, the tourism industry watches and waits to see if it could ultimately affect them.
Rep. Dina Titus and LVCVA President and CEO Steve Hill say highway gridlock is hurting Southern Nevada’s tourist economy, but the problems can be fixed.
Last week’s announcement of the transaction makes sense in terms of corporate strategy and many people already view the Cosmo as an extension of MGM’s CityCenter.
The Nevada Gaming Commission’s board room was oozing with history when the five-member — make that four-member — regulatory board gathered Thursday.
Tourism Director Brenda Scolari and Commission Vice Chair Cynthia Mun are ready to work on state tourism initiatives despite the loss of resigning Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall.
Resorts World Las Vegas looks to fill its 3,500 rooms with a new marketing campaign featuring hotels.com pitchman Captain Obvious touring the new Strip resort.
A tribal initiative on sports betting has already qualified for the 2022 ballot. Another backed by the card-room industry is on its way for California voters to consider.